Well, personally, if someone asks me to describe myself I always come up with a blank. But, as Dale Carnegie said, "You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you."Math Is Hard said:My experience has been that people lo-o-ove to talk about themselves. (hey- me included!) If you want to get a conversation going, that's the best topic: the other person. What are their interests, what are their goals, where are they from, etc. If you can get the other person talking about him/herself, you don't have to do a thing.
i hate you. (and i mean that in the best possible way.)and she says, "Yeah, I usually see you coming and can duck behind a garbage can."
So it's true, women analyze everythingMath Is Hard said:ok, I think that's good, BUT there's almost an implication there, like maybe she should feel guilty because she hasn't been around or hasn't talked to you. (But I over read things). Also, you are using a statement vs. a question, which doesn't require conversational response. Maybe try something like, "Hey, I haven't seen you around. Classes keeping you busy? What are you taking right now?" note: Last sentence is interrogative requiring her to respond, so it can keep the conversation flowing.
Any others want to give feedback on this?
He said awkwards silence, and not awkward moment of laughter.tribdog said:It doesn't, but funny is easier. and funny is sexy. and if you are already laughing when you get dissed there is less danger of breaking down into tears.
Not all women. That's a generalization. But I am definitely an over-analyzer, which probably has more to do with me being an analyst by profession than anything else.Smurf said:So it's true, women analyze everything.
Who are you calling insane? All women? Or all of the posters to this thread?Smurf said:P.S. Your all insane.
All the guys I work with are married or gay.chrono said:All the girls I've met are from work. It makes it hard if they already have a boyfriend, however.